You can generate code for a model reference hierarchy to achieve:
Incremental code generation – generate code only if the model has changes since the code was previously generated
Incremental loading – load referenced model when used, which speeds up model loading
Modular development – develop and maintain referenced model independently from the models that use it
Code reuse – generate reusable code from referenced model
To get started on an example on how to generate code for a referenced model, see Generate Code for Model Reference Hierarchy.
- Generate Code for Model Reference Hierarchy
Introduces generating code for models referenced with Model blocks.
- Generated Functions in a Model Reference Hierarchy
About generated functions in a model reference hierarchy.
- Set Configuration Parameters for Code Generation of Model Hierarchies
Satisfy model reference hierarchy requirements to enable code generation.
- Convert Subsystem to Referenced Model and Generate Code
Use Model Reference Conversion Advisor to convert a Subsystem block to a Model block and generate code for the model reference hierarchy.
- Generate Reusable Code from Model Reference Hierarchy
Generate reusable subsystem code from a top model with Model blocks.
- Storage Classes for Parameters and Signals Used in Model Blocks
Configure storage classes for parameters and signals to transfer data in model reference hierarchy.
- Code Generation Limitations for Model Reference
Model references have limitations including, but not limited to, data logging, state initialization, and S-functions.
- Simulink Cache Files for Incremental Code Generation
Share Simulink cache files in team-based development to reduce build time and avoid unnecessary code regeneration.
- Specify Instance-Specific Parameter Values for Reusable Referenced Model
When you create a reusable component as a referenced model, configure block parameters to use the same value for instances of the component or a different value for each instance.
- Combine Code Generated for Multiple Models
Generate a single executable program from multiple models or multiple copies of the same model.